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I recently wiped my Windows 7 HDD, and installed Windows 8.1. Wanting to flash another kernel, I installed the SDK, JDK, and Flashtool drivers. Booting my XPlay into fastboot, Windows said that the USB device was not installed properly, and I looked into the Device Manager, and it said "Device Failed Enumeration".

Is there any fix for this?
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Well I'd say to just put win7 into a virtual machine because alot of the drivers fail because of win8 incompatibility so try that

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Well I'd say to just put win7 into a virtual machine because alot of the drivers fail because of win8 incompatibility so try that

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I was trying to avoid installing/using a virtual machine with Windows 7 or Linux. But I know those options will work, however, I'm trying to use it within my current setup. I have already disabled the Driver Verification thing.
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LG Optimus Me P350 | NightlyCM7 | CM7 Kernel | 650MHz
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Nook Color | ParanoidAndroid 3.60 (HALO) | NookieDev 3.x | 1.1GHz
 
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I was trying to avoid installing/using a virtual machine with Windows 7 or Linux. But I know those options will work, however, I'm trying to use it within my current setup. I have already disabled the Driver Verification thing.
well if your PC CPU does not support vt-x like mine then install LXDE on a virtual drive and run it....you may even be able to run linux off a usb and do it from there....sony and microsoft are having issues and so sony software does not work on 8 here is a form about it http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w...e-c2ee8a5dc6ec
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